My expertise as a bioinformatician spans a broad spectrum of skills and knowledge in the intersection of biology, computer science, and data analysis. I specialize in several key areas within bioinformatics:
Basic Programming Skills: I have working experience with students at academic level and teach programming languages like C++, which are essential for data analysis in bioinformatics. I'm excited to apply these skills to real-world biological data.
Database Usage:I also teach students how to use and retrieve information from biological databases like NCBI, Ensembl, and UniProt, and I'm working on acquiring the skills to retrieve and annotate biological information.
Interest in Structural Biology: I'm intrigued by the world of protein structure analysis and am eager to teach students how to predicting protein structures, identifying binding sites, and analyzing structural variations.
Commitment to Teaching: My commitment to continuous teaching and growth in bioinformatics ensures that I stay updated with the latest tools and methodologies in the field.